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My Wonderful World - Geography Awareness Week Geography Awareness Week Celebrate Geography and The New Age of Exploration November 17th through the 23rd in 2013. Celebrated in conjunction with the National Geographic Society’s 125th Birthday the week's theme focuses on how geography enables us all to be intrepid explorers in our own way. Check out the newly created archive of past Geography Awareness Week materials, a new suite of resources all about Geography as a field and discipline, and even more tips and tools to plan your own GeoWeek celebrations! Read more about the history and purpose behind Geography Awareness Week. Looking for even more resources? Maps.com Learn geography the fun way! When you get interactive with world maps, you won’t believe what you learn. Best of all, it doesn’t feel like learning at all. In order to be aware of all that goes on in your world today, you have to know where countries are located and how they impact on current events. There are a number of free map games to discover: Now, when you hear about threats going on in the Middle East or political developments in Europe, you’ll quickly and easily know just where to look. So, the next time someone wants to know the difference between Afghanistan and Turkmenistan, you’ll have the answer. Learn about the continents or delve into what comprises a country such as Russia. Make free map games a regular part of your learning regimen.
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